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March 25, 2020

Singing is health food! It doesn’t matter what you sing, though it’s pretty well proven that Mozart comes in at a higher frequency than black death heavy metal. Just sing.

One thing we learn as professional singers is breath control, how to take in a lot of breath witho...

March 24, 2020

I’m sure some of you have been seeing imagery of Venice and other places around the globe that are experiencing a clearing of pollution, both in air and water. The turnaround was so fast there in Venice! The swans returned, fish are visible in the clearing water. As pe...

March 11, 2020

Humans are a funny lot. I saw a post on Facebook that was pretty hilarious, but also true.
It said,


CDC — Coronavirus could be a thing. Please wash your hands and stop touching your face.
People — I’m going to buy ALL OF THOSE MASKS!
CDC — The masks don’t actually prev...

February 17, 2020

There is a book called “power vs force” by Dr. David Hawkins (Not Hawking) that explores levels of consciousness, and calibrates them. 200 is the tipping point for self awareness, Jesus is a thousand, Saddam Hussein was an 86. Beings can only act out of the level of co...

February 14, 2020

In my spiritual discipline, it’s important to not only give thanks for the food and drink that we receive, but to speak to the beings of light, angels, buddhas and saints, the Divine itself, and offer it to them to eat and drink first. That they be blessed and nourishe...

January 26, 2020

I had a thought this morning while at the mirror brushing my teeth, that made me laugh. I wondered to myself, why is it that the inside me is the same “I am” that it’s been all along, (hopefully better), that what looks back at me in the mirror is OK, yes it’s still me...

January 13, 2020

Some years ago I was presented with the analogy of spiritual journey, of life itself, as a tapestry.

I can’t remember who told the story, when, or where, but it has stuck with me, and I have offered it as a teaching often.

The story told the tale of a great tapestry mast...

January 8, 2020

Spiritual practice can be a funny thing. I always long to be there, and then when I am, my mind wants to be somewhere else, doing something else. The ego throws its subtle little conniption fit, like a toddler that knows instinctively when your attention is elsewhere.

T...

December 26, 2019

When I was in my young twenties I received a used Nikon with all paraphernalia as a gift. It was love at first sight, I've never recovered from the photography bug. There were 5 different lenses and other mysterious gadgets, and a big learning curve. I loved it. I thin...

December 11, 2019

I actually said that once, when I was getting rolling on learning how to stay in a chanting practice in a continuous way. There was some person, a sales person of some kind, trying to give me some negative feedback about something. I was so involved in staying in a cha...

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